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int. SOUTH BEiND iNcAVS-ilMiiS
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SERVIANS AWAIT
FIRST WAR GALL
Hundred and Fifty Local Serbs
Announce Readiness to Go
Back and Fight for Native
Country.
South TZ ml Servians durinsr the last
few days have lif-fn orKanizins and
at tho first call for .troops from the
home country. 1"0 Servians in this
city are ready to return to their
country and help liht its battles.
In addition to this nuirj-er of the
local Servians have plodded themselves
to pay $1 every tvo yveeks to aid the
work of the Red Cross nurses in h'er
via. According to John Mandich, who
attended a meeting of the loeal Ser
vians at SS. Peter's and Paul's Orth
odox church laft Sunday, the local na
tives of King Peter's territory arn wil
ling to do more than this to aid their
country.
At tho meeting Sunday there were
ahout 200 men present and all were
in favor of aiding their eountry.
"There are no more patriotic people
than the Servian."." paid Mr. Mandisch,
"and most of thern will either return
to t?ervia if their serviees ar needed
or aid their country by donation of
. money."
These men are making arranpe
jnents to depart at any moment and if
the call comes, they will leave South
I?end on the first train, according to
loeal Servians. There is a question
as to how they will he ahle to reach
Seryia, as the traffic across the At
lanris in all off schedule as a result
of the present war.
Funds will he collected here, accord
ing to Mr. Mandich, and will he used
in getting the men hack to Servia.
He stated last niht that the matter
of paying the passage of the men hack
to Servia is not the bitter question.
It's a question of the men heinr ahle
to et boats in case they do reach the
Atlantic coast.
There are about 1,700 Servians in
this city and It is estimated that there
are at least 500 or COO who are cap
able to bearing? arms. The larger
number of these stand ready to ko,
it 1m claimed. "Servians have always
been patriotic and ready to tight for
their country and in the present war
there has been no change in feeling,
neither in Servia nor arnr:. the Ser
vians who have come to South Hend
to reside." was the statement made
last night.
Theaters
sritPitiM: tiii:ati:k.
"When the World Was Silent." an
Imp three reel drama, will be the of
fering at the Surprise theater to
day. The picture is bfcv Harvey Gates
and staged by Herbert Hrenon. The
thine: that happened when the world
was sib nt in the dead of night, is
new and startingly sensational. It is
said the play is one of the strongest
modern love dramas that has yet been
conceived.
The story is tense and thrilling,
wherein a young musician, after hav
ing his hearing blotted out by the
hand of his sweetheart, turned to
composing, and became famous. In a
moment of passion, the sweetheart
did the awful thing for fear of losing
him to a society girl whom the man
believed was better fitted to further
his career.
Iiter the woman set out to atone
foi her deed, and she married the
musician. Of course he did not know
idie was guilty. And after h? had
found out and had turned her out
of his life and home, she became a
musician herself simply to play the
compositions and popularize his mu
sic. How she did this, how the man
came to realize tile prreat debt he
owed his wife, a debt which more than
atoned for her crime, and final recon
ciliation is told in a series of heart
gripping incidents of action that id
swift and full of surprises. Appear
ing in the play with great credit is
Wm. Shay, Wm. Welsh and Miss I.eah
liaird.
"Tho Animated Weekly" will be a
feature, some of the subjects are as
follows: Disastrous storm hits Par
is, metropolitan bloomer feii'l?. unique
engineering feat, latest mode in Par
is, largest gun in world, Japanese sail
ors attend barbacue. and other inter
est subjects,
AT Till; COIvOMAL.
"The Daring Getaway" is an excit
ing race picture that will be shown at
the Colonial today. On the same pro
gram is an Kssanay picture of the
Proneho Billy series with G. M. An
derson in his well known role. A Vi
tagraph comedy with originality and
interest is "The Accomplished Mrs.
Thompson." It is full of breezy hu
mor and there is considerable amuse
ment in the offering.
MONEY SITUATION
IS WELL li HMD
Bankers Got Along Without
Any of the Emergency Cur
rency Says Comptroller Wil
liamsEverything Serene.
NEW YORK, Aug. 4. After a day
of conferences with important bankers
at tho sub-treasury Monday, John
Skelton "Williams, comptroller of the
currency, declared that the financial
situation was well in hand and that
there wero no financial squalls in
sight.
Owing to the improvement that set
in an a result of the bulwarks thrown
up by the government and the clear
ing house association, it is improbable
that Comptroller Williams will stay
in this city later than Tuesday. Secy,
of the Treas. McAdoo left early Mon
day for Washington.
Comptroller Williams' statements
were concurred in b,y the most prom
inent bankers in Wall street Monday,
one of the most important declaring
that "everything in the country is
se rone."
Comptroller Williams said that ev
ery report he had received during the
day h;us been extremely reassuring.
"As a matter of fact." said the
comptroller, "the bankers got along
without Htiy of flie emergency cur
rency. Not a dollar of it was taken
out. Some applications are in and
t.vje money will be called for Tues
day, but I cannot estimate how much
may b taken. For that reason the
assistant secretary and 1 may stay
here Tuesday.
"The National City bank is expected
to tako out $ 10,000. oo t,f emergency
currency.
"Tho fact that $4 3,000,000 of emerg
ency currency was available and was
not called for is extremely reassuring."
Karly . the day Comptroller Wil
liams said that the government stands
ready to issue $100.e00.000 additional
currency, but there seemed to be no
need for it.
"omptroller "Williams said that the
Jo. ."00,000 engaged for export w;is to
be used in bringing American tour
ists home from Kurope.
Jacob Sch Iff of Kuhn. Ieb Co.
conferred with Secy. McAdoo. He ro-
fi:?ed to say what occurred at the
Conference.
While banks failed to take advan-
SOME NEWS NOTES.
Iavles Laundry. Both phones.
Leslie, the optician. r,01 S. Mich. st.
Dr. Stoeckley, dentist. 511 J. M. S.
tage of the emergency currency. New
York clearing house certificates to the
amount of JL'O.-T-i.ouo were used by
clearing house member banks in part
settlement of their balances.
These certificates which are used
by clearing house member banks to
pay balances to each other, were is
sued following a meeting of the New
York Clearing House association held
half an hour before the opening of
the banks Monday.
The first consignment of $4 5,000.
C0O of emergency currency issued un
der the-Aldrich-Yreeland act was re
ceived Monday at the sub-treasury. It
is in the names of numerous banks,
but must be signed by their officers.
There are also certain other formali
ties that must be undergone before it
can be set in circulation.
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Cool
Vacation Trip
rwt and north of llrhicnn.
to Algonquin National Park.
North Hay or TlmnK:ml. Tan
tii, In th Highland of On
tario on the Grand Trunk,
where hay fever U unknown.
Here it where the pine wood,
altitude and foret wililne rr-
mne one romnlrtrh from the
hunwlr urn. unrk-o'-iU) world.
It' nrlther fax wwa? nor r-
pfnltf. Let ui quote fare.
le train mt r and tell u
about our rutir hotel which
while In the fatnr. of prlm
eal foreM provide nniiicll
line arrommodrtt lon.
V. A. MrMTT.
l'mm. .t. (a. T.
!., M. South
Hmd. Ind.
I'hoDM: IJrll i3
SAILORS
BARGAINS! BARGAINS 1
I rvrtw i UKC KVJOo1 I
, CARPETS STOVE
KY THING MUST fcg SOLkTVyj
GREAT
AL
ofTers greater values and more
of thern than ever offered be
fore in South Bend.
Liberal terms on sale prices
or 10 discount on sale prices
if cash is paid with order.
Distinctively TidivTtial
MM
THE TURKISH BLEND
Hend tobaccos to a quality
so.distinctive is an art t
fotimerCbupCTis an be ccchzrgcd for diszirjxive. Gife
FORMER MICHIGAN
CITY OFFICER KILLED
Tin: ArniTomrM.
One of the strong features for todav
at the Auditorium is a Kalem drama
entitled "Accused." Slncum, general
manager of a real estate concern,
place a package of bills he has just
received, on his desk and is called
from the room. loiter the money
disappears and Slocum is accused by
his friend and employer. Kent, of hav
ing stolen it. Despite his protest, the
man Is discharged.
l.ert Kent loves Dora, daughter of
the accused man. but she declares she
cannot marry him until her father is
proven innocent. Months later, Slo
oum who has made his home in the
mountains, saves P.ert from death. At
the same time Kent discovers that
the money had been stolen ly rats.
The Selig weekly will contain a
number of items of interest arnunK
them, one hundred and twenty-eight
yachts racing; Annapolis men in Home
granted an audience Oy the pope and
pass through St. Peter's square on the
way, automobile races at .Sag us, Mass.,
launching of a big navy fuel ship in
the west and Secy. Daniels reviewing
the sailors at Newport.
"Kong's 'Millions" is an extra fine
two reel Vita graph. "How He J.,ost His
Trousers" and "Mandy's Chicken
Dinner" are two clever L,ubin come
dies. As an extra added attraction for
tomorrow Mary Pickfoni will appear
in one of her old successes, "Ilamona."
While the subject is old. the prints are 1
new and the pictures should prove of
great interest to the many admirers
of this clever little actress. "His J
stolen Fortune, a two reel Kssanay
with the popular Francis X. Bushman
and P.everly liayne, the young actress
who is now writing1 beauty articles for
The News-Times, in the cast. "The
Two Doctors." a fine Fdison drama,
"A Matter of Record." laibin coniedv
ana 'The Prospector," liiograph
drama ;ill be given.
Alfred Pearson Is Shot by James F.
Zettcc at Home of the
Latter.
Sp'-clal to The News-Times.
MICHIGAN CITY, Ind., Aug. 4.
Alfred Pcarmn, 5, until a month apo
a member of the Michigan City po
lice force. ' Was " murdered Monday
nlpnt by James F. Zettee, a laborer, 45.
The. murder was committed in the
living room of the Zettee home, within
view-of the gates of the state prison.
Pearson . is said to have been at
tentive to Mrs. Zettee. He called
there Monc'ay evening1 and war sur
prised to find Zettee at home. The
men had words and Pearson was or
dered to leave. He said he would
leave when he got good and ready.
Zettee stepped into the next room and
a moment later the report of a 22
calibre rille rang out. The police
were called and Chief August Funk
and Chauffeur Wm. White captured
the murderer fleeing from the ard.
Pearson breathed a few moments after
the police arrived and said Zettee shot
him. He died en route to the hospi
tal. Zettre, his wife and former's lit
tle boy were jailed. Zettee denies the
crime, but the woman and boy place
the crime on him. A postmortem re
vealed a bullet entered the heart.
MURDERER IS CAPTURED
Man Who Killed Three Surrenders
Without a StrujrKle.
SPRINGFIELD, 111.. Aug 4. Joe
Pent, the Italian miner who killed
three men at Farmersville Sunday
night following an argument over a
keg of beer, was captured in a corn
field near that place Monday by a
pheriff's posse. . lie offered no resistance.
USE ALLEN'S FOOT-EASE
Tbe antiseptic powder to le shaken into
tbe stioe. If you want rest and comfort
for tired, aching, swollen, inventing feet,
use Allen's Fot-Mjre. It relieves corns
and bunions of all pain and prevents blis
ters, sore and callous spot. Just the
thing for Dancing Parties, Patent Leather
Shoes, and for llreaking in New Shoe. It
Is the greatest comfort discovery vf the
age. Try It today. Sold everywhere, 2.V.
Don't accept any Mibhtihite. For FHEK
trial package, address Allen S. Olmsted,
Le Hoy. N. Y. ' "
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USE WHEELBARROW IN
TOUR OF CONTINENT
Trio IYom Trenton, X. J., Kxpect to
J teach San IYanclso
hy 3 lay.
Suits for Men and Women
$15, $18 and $20.
Easy Payments.
GATELY'S
112 E. Jefferson nivfl.
PATENT YOURIDEAS
and mi
Money
I sino row Mt rmtt boor
JiUtan
ADVirt rfx
wwL?oiiKM' JOSHUA R. H. POTTS
805 C 5, WuUqtM, D.CU.iuJ Fm fuu
029 CWt St, PUU!ptxU. v 8 tWU Sc Oicif
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VAUDEVILLE
AND PICTURES
Today and Tonight
thi; nusro guAuTirr.
cvuiKHT tSL iaiiiju:r(;
JACK IJ7VVIS
Vitasrapli Comedy
"T 1 1 1 : ACCOMPLISHED
MKS. THOMPSON."
I'ssannv Vetern Drama
IHCOXCIIO IULLV,
OUTLAW."
niosraph Drama
4'A DAICINCS (irTAWAY'
ALVA S
Stephen Menyhert, Flek Friecz and
John Janosy of Trenton, N. J., ar
rived in South Bend Monday evening
on their trip across the country from
New York to San Francisco. The
men are pushing" each other across the
continent in a wheelbarrow. They are
accompanied hy their companion doff
Tibet. .
The start was made on May 7 and
they expect to arrive in .San Francisco
on 'May 1, 1913. the opening day of
the Panama exposition. "When the
trip is finished the men will write a
book, telling of the country through
which they passed on the long walk
of 4.600 miles.
URPRISE
TMEATEE
The Home of CJootl Pictures.
TODAY
"WHEN THE WORLD WAS
SILENT"
The work of William F. Shay and
Leah liaird is really very line, and
in the lip-reading-lesson scene the
two stars very delicately indicate the
tragedy behind the high comedy of
the 'business." William Welsh as the
butler gives as good a character in
terpretation an any seen In a long
time.
THE ANIMATED WEEKLY
No. 122
With the latest current events.
Our Pictures Are of Best
Quality.
Why? Because a representative of the
Surpirse theater makes a special trip
to Chicago one day out of each week
and views every reel, and none but
the very best are shown at the Sur
prise. Open Morning and Noon Hour.
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COLONIAL
Tho
New
118 S. MICIIlfiAX ST.
iik;ii class
P8CTUKES
Today and I 'very Day.
TVi:SDAVS PHOC.UAM.
Illograpli Dranui
"A KOMAXCK OP Till:
PllJlLO."
Sells Comedy Drama
"A TICK 171' TO HAP
PINKSS." YitagTaph Drama
"IIU.(ii:it KNOWS NO
LAW."
Never Higher 5q
3
A Hlot of Pleasure and lnn.
TODAY
"FOGG'S MILLIONS,"
A jiKH'iuI tvo-inrt Vitagrnpli
Rxtru (;mm1 with
Vdn Dyke- Brooke and Norma
. Talmadge.
"SELIG WEEKLY OF
CURRENT NEWS."
"ACCUSED,"
A Mverfill tlrniiia fpaturlnc Irene
Hoyle.
"HOW HE LOST HIS
TROUSERS"
"MANDY'SCHICKEN
DINNER,"
Two Lubin Cometlies.
TOMORROW MARY
PICKFORD.
Raab Says:
Teamwork wins In tailoring a.s
well as in baseball. The correct
combination of scientific cutting
and really arti?tic workmanship
is making a tremendous hit for
our
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made-to-measure suits. Drop in
and see what wonderful value
ar.d smartness we're putting into
these suits. You'll have to pay
$27 to get as much at ether good
tailor-shops.
Raah's $18
Shop
Tlio Younz Men's Tailoring Cen
ter of South Derul.
121 X. MICJIKJAX STHEET
Originators of the $18 Tailoring
Idea.
Open Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday i:cniiigs During July
and August.
TRY NEWS-TIMES WANT ADS
HOOT MON
f 9
ARE COMING
CANADA'S GREATEST CONCERT BAND
All Appearing in Full Regimentals Introducing All
Their Special Features.
THE BAND THAT TOURED THE WORLD
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Three (3) Days Commencing
SUNDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 9th.
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iHE SAVING OF PaONEV IS AS
IMPORTANT AS THE EARN
ING. OUR PRICES MEAN A
SAVING TO YOU.
SMITH & WHERRETT
THE CASH STORE
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Our Office is one of the finest equipped in this section of the
country for the relief of SPECIAL DISEASES OF MEN
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YOUNG MEN, AXD ALL MEN, COME TO SEE US. T t us remove
your trouble, purify your blood, strengthen your nervous pystem anl
restore you to a healthy, manly fvelins, thereby relieving you of the
burden that Is felt from any disease. Our practice Is limited to thes
diseases, and each case wo accept is identical with some disease we have
treated. Therefore it is no more than reasonable for us to expect to do
as much for ymi as we have done for others. After troatin with us for
just a ilttle while you will have as much confide net; as we have in our
methods.
We want to tell every young man what his father FhouM have toM
him in his youth. What every young man and father ought to know.
Xo sadder spectacle ever comes to our attention than a young man whoso
body and mind is infected with disease. He is handicapped all through
life." The strong, robust man with pure blood cells passes him at every
turn In the race of life. Thousands of these cases should never have
been. An ounce of prevention would have kept tb3 young man of today
and the father of tomorrow in the bloom of health, strength and vigor.
Failure is as certain to follow a weakened and diseased mind as day will
follow night. Don't you Ixdieve the great men of today, of yesterday,
performed every private and public duty fearlessly and earnestly? Then
why should you not guard your HERITAGE when it is worth more to
you, more to your children and your children's children thnu all the money
the Rockefellers and Vanderbilts possess? Your Success depends mon
your health and determination. All of these things being true, loan us
vour confidence and we will prove the merits of our methods to you.'
This we will accomplish by making a strong man of you a healthy man, a man with strong nerves, clear
brain and a sound body a man with good, pure blood coursing through your veins, free from disease perms
taint or infection. Falso pride and modesty have stood between thousands ot men and succes ,, health and
happiness. . .
What the blocd stream won't do in the human system for weak organs will never bo accomplished. Are
vou willing to hand your HERITAGE down from generation to generation through your children? Iok about
you at the thousands of unsuccessful suffering men who are paying the price of their ancestors indiscretion.
Have you inherited bad blood or have you contracted it at some unsuspecting moment? Dcgin now to stamp
it out by taking the best blood making and blood purifying remedies.
ArA Yrtll NERVOUS and despondent, weak and debilitated, tired
fill 1 Ull mornings, no ambition lifeless, memory gone, easily
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restless, haggard-looking, weak back, bone pains, vore throat, lack of
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SCORES OF SATISFIED PATIENTS OUR BEST ADVERTISE
MENT, and our well-filled offices, our groat success, hns tempted
others to emulate our announcements, even to copy them, word for
word. But. remember, it. is our NEW SYSTEM SCIENTIFIC PELVIC
METHODS that bring rvsults, and rev-ults are what you want. So
BE SURE. MEN, MAKE NO MISTAKE.
Seek the leader and not the follower, and remember we are the Spe
cialists you have known and who give each case personal and indi
vidual attention.
AtA Ynil Afflicte(i with Blood Poison, sore throat, ulcers In mouth,
rllC 1 Ull falling hair, akin eruptions, dlscolorations, nervou3,
irritable, dull pain in head or back, numbness, tingling in hands or
feet, despondent, Inclined to melancholy, fear of impending calamity,
bone pains, indigestion, variable appetite, feeling of bloating, lameness
in back, arms or legs? Are you discouraged, having tried and tried?
What have you tried? Poisonous drugs in stomach ruining doses,
teeblo patent medicines, or inexperienced doctors, calling themselves
specialists, but who are not true specialists and who have no reputa
tion or reliability?
T. There is a method of treatment that will restore you,
ulOp It without damaging the stomach and nervous system:
treatment that does not block up, merely hide away for a time, but
will drive every vestige of the poison, cleanse the blood and iyni
phatics, clears the mind of forebodings, makes strong nerves and will
restore you to the vlor of health, and the disease will not return.
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Call Today
DR. TUCKER
Specialist in Chronic Diseases cf
Men and Women. Othco In To?xp
HuildinK-. Opposite postoitVc.
SPECIALIST
Successor to United Doctors.
Nervous and Chronic Diseases of Men and Women.
ROOM 12, TOEPP BLDG.
Omce Hours 9 to 12 A. M.. 2 to 5 P. M. ; 7 to S P. M., and
10 to 12 A. M. Sunday.
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FOR
Blood Poison
We use the nowrt-t and latent treat
ment for I!I)OI) POISON arid Fkin
Diseases. I'rof. Khrlich's (of Ger
many) NEOSALVAltSAN or "314,"
tho improved Falvarsan. instead of
tlw. old remedy called "COG." Xeo
salvarsan is absolutely safe and
harmless and more effective than
;oe" and can be administered in tho
olfice painlessly and with absolutely
no ill effect whatever or detention
from business.
Weak, Nervous Men
0
Who havft brain pani suffering from
indiscretions, the penalty of oxcesea
and abii.-e, will sf bow quick the
rip;ht remedy at the riht place and
time will do the work. Kostores lo!t
enercy, amhition and strength, nour
ishing the delicate and important or
pans concerned in manhood. No man
should Rive up hope or become dis
couraged or disheartened until he has
consulted us free.
Varicose or Enlarged Veins
WEAK BLOOD Vessels. Poor Circu
lation. Palpitation of the Heart, Sour
Stomach. Bad Memory. Short of
Ureath, Trembling of the Umb.
Kasily Kxcit d. Tired Feel ins in the
morninc. 1't Vitalltv. SIuKifh Cir
culation. ONF WFKK'S TREAT
MENT WIDE SATISFY YOU OUR
KKMKDIFS Aki: HIOIIT. Will you
contirue suffering frm these ail
ments, or will you place your cas-i In
i.'jr hands and lt us prove to you
what the jjroper treatment will accomplish.
Kidney, Bladder
and Pheumntlc
Troubles quickly
and permanently rellvd. These dis
eases readily yield to .ur Wood Mak
ing and Plood Purif: ir.B" Perntdles.
Acute Diseases
Infection and
Swollen Oliinds
receive careful attention. Th-se i i --as.
lf allowed to run unchecked,
will lead to serious eornplicatlons. A
word to the uie is sulhcicnt.
We simply want the opportunity of showing every sufTerlnp man
that we can give him new hope, new life and restore him back to
health, strength and visor. We know every man will pay after we
hae entirely eliminated every' trace of the disease from his system.
Not a dollar need be paid unless cured.
Those who have been disappointed by unskilled physicians are earneit'f
r n 1 1 c rt n n c i n .a t mir mthr.rlc and trms without delav. which, had
they done in the beginning, would have aaved them time, pain, worry and money.
We al'so cure Rheumatism, Kidney and Pladder trouble. Stomach. Liver and Kidney trouble. Uladdcr
trouble, Prostatic diseases, Piles, Fistula, Nervous Debility, Ixst Vigor, Stricture, Varicocele, Acute and
Chronic diseases of men.
Special Notice
SOUTH BEND, INDIANA.
9 SpecoaSists
109 1-2 W. Washmgton St.
Office Hours: 9 A. M. until 8 P- M.
Over Peck's Shoe Store.
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